All I can think of is garnish-type things such as adding to oatmeal (per recipe on this site), ice cream, topping baked goods. Any other ideas? Thanks!
http://sweets.seriouseats... And they are so good for you!
Cook quinoa with lemon juice, salt, and coconut oil, then fold in the cocoa nibs. Deliciously nutty, crunchy, chocolatey, and savory!
Thank you both, great article and intriguing quinoa suggestion!
Sprinkle on salads--especially good with a dressing made with vanilla balsamic vinegar
I love cacao nibs, mostly I admit in baked goods as a nut substitute. They also make an excellent brittle, especially for people allergic to nuts:
I am interested to see all these non-dessert suggestions!
I also make a cocoa nib brittle or use them to roll truffles in.
here is the brittle recipe. http://www.food52.com/recipes...
Tomato skins, meet salt
Tomato skins, meet salt.
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Put cake on a pedestal.
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